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You are a Simulation & Physics Can Prove It: George Smoot at TEDxSalford

Astrophysicist, cosmologist and Nobel Prize winner George Smoot studies the cosmic microwave background radiation — the afterglow of the Big Bang. His pioneering research into deep space and time is uncovering the structure of the universe itself. He has also made a cameo appearance (as himself) ...
 
 
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Joe Rogan Experience #938 - Lawrence Krauss

Lawrence Krauss is a theoretical physicist, cosmologist, best-selling author, producer, actor, and science and public policy advocate. His latest book The Greatest Story Ever Told So-Far is available
 
 
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Ancient Whale Discovered To Have Thick Gums And Sharp Teeth

Small whales including sperm whales still chew their food. Modern large whales, however, have baleen, stringy bristles in their mouths, used to filter out tiny sea creatures to digest their food. A ancient whale skull found in Antarctica had large gums, and is speculated that the gums may have preceded the baleen. The gums were studded with teeth.
 
 
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Multiverse: One Universe or Many?

The inflationary theory of cosmology, an enduring theory about our universe and how it was formed, explains that just after the Big Bang, the universe went through a period of rapid expansion. This theory has been critical to understanding what’s going on in the cosmos today. But now, this long-h...
 
 
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What self-driving cars can learn from brainless slime mold

Slime mold is a single-celled bit of goo that you’d find under a log in the woods. It’s also a master decision-maker, capable of weighing risk and reward in ways that make scientists question what intelligence really is. We grew slime mold of our own, and watched it tackle some amazingly complica...
 
 
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What Humans Can Learn From Semi-intelligent Slime

Inspired by biological design and self-organizing systems, artist Heather Barnett co-creates with Physarum polycephalum, a eukaryotic microorganism that lives in cool, moist areas. What can people learn from the semi-intelligent slime mold? Watch this talk to find out. TEDTalks is a daily video ...
 
 
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Scientists Find Bees Have Sugar-sensing Taste Neurons

Researchers at Newcastle University discover the reason why bees linger on a flower and devouring it of nectar. Bees have two taste neurons on their mouth that fires signals for up to 10 seconds when in contact with food. While these signals fire, the bee continues to feed.
 
 
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The Death Of Bees Explained – Parasites, Poison and Humans

In 2015 the bees are still dying in masses. Which at first seems not very important until you realize that one third of all food humans consume would disappear with them. Millions could starve. The foes bees face are truly horrifying – some are a direct consequence of human greed. We need to help...
 
 
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6 ways mushrooms can save the world | Paul Stamets

Mycologist Paul Stamets studies the mycelium -- and lists 6 ways that this astonishing fungus can help save the world.
 
 
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How Bees Can See the Invisible

Enjoy this look at how bees see in ultraviolet and even sense electric fields!
 
 
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Kangaroo rat not seen in over 30 years rediscovered

San Quintin kangaroo rat found by museum researchers in Baja California after not being seen in the last 30 years. The species was last sighted in 1986 and was listed as endangered in 1994 by the Mexican government.
 
 
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What If the Earth Does Not Exist?

Are we in The Matrix? The simulation argument, its support from modern particle physics, and our world's similarity to video games such as Grand Theft Auto V.
 
 
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Joe Rogan Experience #1035 - Paul Stamets

Mycologist Paul Stamets talks about psilocybin, neurogenesis, the multiverse, and bee preservation.
 
 
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Groundbreaking technology used to print electronics and cells directly onto skin.

New study from the University of Minnesota used a 3D printer to print electronics on a real hand. Possible application of technology could be used to save soldiers in the battlefield to temporarily print sensors on their skin to detect biological or chemical agents. Printed solar cells can also be used to charge electronics.
 
 
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Having more than 5 drinks week may shorten lifespan

According to new research, drinking more than five drinks a week puts drinkers at higher risk for stroke, brain aneurysm, heart attacks, and death. Scientists have found that even moderate alcohol consumption has links to heart and circulatory diseases.
 
 
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Meditation shown to reduce neurotransmitters in the brain associated with behavior and anxiety.

Scientists have shown that levels of neurotransmitters in the brain associated with stress and anxiety can be lowered with meditation and yoga.
 
 
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Scientist discovers that Puffin beaks are fluorescent

Scientist, Jamie Dunning, an ornithologist from the University of Nottingham accidentally discover that puffin beaks glow under UV light. Two ridges on the puffins bill light up brightly but the reason for such bright beaks is still unknown.
 
 
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Slow steady brain waves linked to state of consciousness

Ultra-slow brain waves have been recognized at while ago, but no one could determine what they were for. Researchers simply ignored these slow waves simply attributing them to the noise MRI data. New studies have shown that this ultra-slow rhythm is anything but noise.
 
 
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Inner ear provides clues to human dispersal from Africa

Inner ear and balance systems are different in various populations of modern humans. Paleoanthropologists have learned that these differences can be used as clues to find out how earlier humans dispersed from Africa.
 
 
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Archeologists find evidence of hundreds of villages in Amazon rainforest

New evidence emerges suggesting parts of the Amazon rainforest thought to have been unhabitant were actually homes to up to a million people. Archeologists have found remains of hundreds of villages in the Amazon rainforest.
 
 
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Stephen Hawking's warnings: What he predicted for the future

Stephen Hawkings predictions of our future include humans leaving earth, and advances in artificial intelligence.
 
 
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Scientists Create New Form of Interacting Slower Light

Scientists at MIT have been able to create a new form of light where photons bind together. These bound photons have a fraction of an electron's mass, and travel at 1/100,000 the speed of light.

The discovery may lead to new kinds of fast, complex quantum computations.
 
 
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Lidar technology used to find vast network of Mayan city in guatemala

Researchers have found over 60000 Mayan ruins hidden in a Guatemala jungle. Research using Lidar technology have revealed houses, palaces, highways, and defensive structures underneath the forest canopy resulting in an impressive 3D map that will take years to analyze.
 
 
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New Reptile Species Found in South Wales Fossil

The newly discovered small lizard would have lived amongst the dinosaurs about 200 million years ago. Scientists were lucky to find most of the skeletal remains and they were able to make a 3D construction of its skull, neck, shoulder, and arm.
 



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